I draw a parallel between education and health. I believe teaching oneself and healing oneself are skills that enable one another.
Memory is acts like feedback in storing our chronic conflicts. It's often said that to resolve these conflicts first requires accessing them. There are various places we store memories, and different ways to access them.
When it comes to your health, winning seems the imperative, and it seems one must win at all costs. This is rarely true; it is rarely the case that your fate is sealed and you must play the game set before you.
The most puzzling, difficult, and often most rewarding path to healing is directly into the illness itself. This is always true with heartbreak. Understanding this is a gift. Room#1 or #2 in the central branch,
"I have created a guided visualization to connect you with your liver. The purpose is to gain a perception of yourself and your environment viewed from a place where clarity and purity are paramount..."
"Imagine parts of your body carrying personalities of their own. This personality cannot only split from what you consider yourself, but can speak. The question is, when this happens, are we hearing something new, or are we just 'making it up'? ..."
Many of the consequences of insufficient sleep are highlighted in Matthew Walker's illuminating and up-to-date, popular-scientific review. His 2017 book is titled, Why We Sleep, Unlocking the Power of Sleep and Dreams. The extracts I'm quoting come from his penultimate chapter, "Sleep and Society."